Psychiatry and Psychology

Psychology And Psychiatry is the arm of medicine dealing with mental, emotional, and behavioral ailments, overseeing the health anomalies arising in the mind and assessing the symptoms for precise diagnosis and pertinent treatment entailing a combination of prescription medications, behavioral therapy, counseling support, interventional procedures, and surgery.

The Psychology And Psychiatry Department at Medway Hospitals is reputed for its team of skilled psychiatrists, psychologists, and behavioral therapists, who detect and resolve several mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, eating disorders like anorexia nervosa, bulimia, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), substance abuse and addiction to drugs, tobacco, alcohol and psychological and mood-related maladies such as bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. All inpatients and outpatients receive high-quality, comprehensive care.

Moreover, depending on the needs of each patient, the team of psychiatrists, psychologists, and behavioral therapists use several treatments, including various forms of psychotherapy, drugs, psychosocial interventions, counseling sessions, and procedures such as Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT). Keeping in mind patient preferences, the hospital provides separate rooms for males and females in both the Outpatient Department (OPD) and the Inpatient Department (IPD).

Associated psychological issues of sleep disorders, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), sexual health concerns of erectile dysfunction in men, low sexual drive in women, and learning and speech difficulties in children like autism and stuttering are also addressed in the facility with appropriate treatment methods to ensure optimal mental health functions and cognitive abilities. The hospital is fully equipped to treat emergency manias and provide pharmaceutical treatment and behavioral therapy for suicide prevention.

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FAQ'S

Each consumer is specific. Many mental and emotional problems may be resolved with psychotherapy. However, there may be studies indicating that for a few conditions, a mixture of psychotherapy and psychiatric medicinal drug can be the only treatment. Your psychiatrist will assist you're making an excellent preference in your specific circumstance.
Not necessarily. Each client and treatment plan are unique, so you and your psychiatrist will determine how long you can take the drug. It is common for some clients to take medication during particularly difficult times to help them function better while dealing with emotional and behavioral struggles during therapy. Once symptoms improve, the medication plan can be reevaluated.
There is a wide range of psychiatric medications available for many different types of disorders and diagnoses. At CPA, our psychiatrists often prescribe medication to help patients with depression, anxiety, and ADHD symptoms.

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